Naked Grill

29-21 Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu Seoul South Korea

02-749-4225

Naked Grill is a restaurant started by the former street taco vendor of Itaewon.

You can have the Taco and the Quesadilla, but this place’s specialty is the burger.

You can have it delivered as well, if you happen to live in the neighborhood and order over 10,000 won.

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  1. smorley

    Stopped by Naked Grill on Tuesday night for some cheap tacos and was not disappointed. Although the ambience was a little to be desired – dance lessons and an inappropriate viewing of some short-shorts on an overweight man – the food was great.
    The tacos have a lot of refried beans and were messy to eat, but overall tasted pretty spicy and delicious. For 3,000 won, I wished I could have eaten more!

    February 17, 2014 at 8:25 am Reply

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